In a survey of 10,000 people conducted by U.K. company Pressat, 85% reported drinking at least three cups of coffee a day, with 70% saying it improved their ability to work.
It looks like more millennials are saying cash is king and leaving credit cards out of the mix. With many saying they don’t have a single credit card. And while that may sound good since they’re not building up debt, 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan tells us there’s also a downside.
A new study finds social media may discourage free expression, rather than encourage it, when it comes to controversial subjects, even offline.
The Sixers were well represented in the annual rookie survey, with four players receiving votes.
According to a salary survey on CareerBuilder.com, asking your boss for a raise actually works. Well, most of the time.
Gallup says that percentage is actually down – way down – since the 1950s, when 82% said religion was the solution to the problems of the era.
A cross-sectional study distributed to more than 390 Australian same-sex parents with children up to age 17 found the children’s well-being was just as good, if not better, than their peers.
Survey: Millennials Feel Guiltier About Taking Vacation; More Likely To Check In Outside Of Work Than Older Generations
Millennials are often seen as lazy, immature and unmotivated, but a new survey on work habits might change those perceptions.
How much would you spend on a big ticket item before first consulting with your spouse/partner?
A survey by The Pennsylvania Manufacturers Association finds that one-third of job applicants are eliminated by mandatory drug tests, either because they refuse to take them or fail to pass them.
It seems success in the workplace is always just around the corner.
Here’s yet another reason to advocate for equal pay: A new study claims men whose wives make as much or more than they do have hotter sex lives.
How much money do you keep in your wallet? As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, Americans are carrying less cash these days, and it’s by choice.
And interestingly enough while texting behind the wheel ticks off the most people, more than half of those surveyed admit to doing it themselves.
Apparently, we do like to wave our arms and shake our fists though – we were among the top three most likely cities to do so.